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Schneider worked with tank companies and the railroads to develop a way to ship liquid bulk...

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Bulk Intermodal a Hit for Schneider

The intermodal container business has allowed many companies to shift longer-haul freight to rails in the face of tight capacity and a driver shortage. But in recent years, Schneider and a handful of other companies have turned that same concept to the liquid bulk business.

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Scott Sutarik is the Business Development, OEM Sales Manager at Geotab Inc. He...

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Mercedes-Benz Trucks Expands Test Center

(L-R) Dr Ingo Ettischer, Head of Mercedes-Benz Wörth Plant; Dr Dennis Nitsche, Mayor of Wörth;...

About 10 years after the ceremonial opening of the Development and Testing Center in Wörth am Rhein, Germany, Mercedes‑Benz Trucks will invest about another 50 million euros in the center of competence for the development work on commercial vehicles.

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Mack Debuts MP 8HE Engine and HE+ Fuel-Economy Package

Mack MP 8HE 13-liter engine

Mack Trucks has introduced its MP 8HE 13L engine and HE+ fuel-efficiency package for on-highway Anthem models. The OEM said Anthem trucks spec’d with the new engine and package will provide up to a 9.5% boost in fuel efficiency and achieve the Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay designation.

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Supreme Court Nixes J.B. Hunt Appeal on Driver Break Lawsuit

Court case on state preemptiuon of federal break rules will be heard in September.

By declining to hear a review of J.B. Hunt's appeal to overturn a lower court ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed a class action lawsuit filed by truck drivers against the motor carrier over meal and rest break rules to go forward. The lawsuit is headed to court in September—11 years after it was initiated.